Guesthouse Intl Indialantic

Address: 2900 North A1A Highway, Indialantic, Florida, 32903, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2900 North A1A Highway, Indialantic, is near Brevard Art Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Indialantic

Kennedy Space Centre Return

A travel blog entry by tracey.bastin on Aug 22, 2014

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... talk, first a very brief talk about how it only took ten years of applications to get accepted into the program & then the main talk was about food in space. After lunch we headed back to 'Atlant-tits' & did the shuttle launch simulation - a similar type of ride as Mission Space (centrifugey, feel the motion etc) but easier on the senses. A little bit of shopping and then it was goodbye to Kennedy Space Centre. On the way home we ...

Wind, Rain, and Tats

A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Jun 01, 2014

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... to the deck (some of our group disappeared to their rooms). It was exhilarating! The wind was blowing so hard, you could barely stand straight. We raced around the track and stood up on the balcony (dangerously) and absorbed the fresh ocean air... until we got kicked off... he was being a crazy man and trying to kill himself... not really but it would have been really bad if he fell.

Afterwards we went back to their room to play cards ...

Kennedy Space Centre

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Oct 24, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... gave us a greater understanding of the impact of the forces on the shuttle during its space flight. The tiny white tiles on the exterior showed burn marks of re-entry which was fascinating to observe close up.

At the base of the exhibit Allan went for a 30 minute simulated launch. Although milder than the ride at Epcot, you were able see and feel what the astronauts felt what it was like to be launched into orbit at ...

Day MOS2, Tuesday, December 11, Coco Cay, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by rafinmd on Dec 12, 2012

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... br> and is used by Royal Caribbean on a 99-year lease. A permanent staff of
about 100 is supplemented by ship's crew and commuters from a nearby
island. There is no dock and we anchored in the harbor, coming into the
island by large tenders permanently stationed there.
I am not a beach person, but I did book the "Nature Walk". I took the
first tender to the island, arriving around 8:15, and ...


A travel blog entry by coryandlaura on Oct 24, 2010

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I didn't know how I was going to go on this trip. The first tears came as we loaded the luggage into the trunk and our friend Cevin who was going with us gave me a hug. They came again when we picked up our other friend Jeremiah. I couldn't’t think about anything else.

We got to Port ...